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Reviewed October 28, 2012

...is what we thought of our entire Gettysburg experience. Starting with the very interesting and tastefully presented Gettysburg National Military Park to this quaint and cosy B&B. The staff were engaing and the meals memorable! It was a perfect spot to stay, an historic old residence and inn amid an historic town. And the town was picturesque without any evidence of the ticky-tacky which can pop up around such famous monmuments! We operate the #1 rated B&B in the 1000 Islands near Gananoque, Canada and think we know what makes a good B&B. Gettystown Inn Bed & Breakfast gets our vote!

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed October 26, 2012

We've stayed twice at the inn, both times in Aunt Holly's suite, but others in our party stayed in Lincoln and both Overlook suites. Aunt Holly's is on two levels, really an apt., and the Lincoln is the whole floor of a house. All are unique, totally charming, very well equipped with kitchens, flat-screen tv's, the works. The decor is homey and historic-feeling, but very comfortable. They're kept immaculately clean. You're in the center of activity for the town, but it was quiet all the same. The breakfast, served only to guests of the B&B, is amazing. Different every day, but wonderful food (often more of it than one can possibly consume!) and served with efficiency and good humor by the delightful Jenny. We had a stuffed (with cream cheese and apples) French toast that was extraordinary, and it came with eggs, bacon, potatos and great homemade breads. You'll be FULL! There are reserved parking spaces for guests, very helpful in a busy part of town. There are lots of chain hotels/motels in the town, but this is a real Gettysburg experience. Highly recommended.

Room Tip: Website has good photos of the various suites.
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
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Thank LeeAlbany
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Reviewed October 13, 2012

We stayed in the Meade suite. Breakfast in a private cozy dining room, biscuit and gravy eggs bacon and home made cherry bread hot chocolate. I would stay again just for that! Our room was historic beautiful and quaint Charming and the people could not have been any nicer! Except in the pub I think the girl behind the bar was having a bad night. That is the only negative I have!

  • Stayed: October 2012
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Thank sguidi
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Reviewed September 5, 2012

We stayed in the Lee Suite. It is charming! You get a private entrance and a private little porch! The location is perfect for walking to shops and exploring the battlefield. The suite has a sitting room with a daybed, tv, desk, rocking chair and mini fridge(stocked with a few snacks and wine glasses). The beroom is seperated from the sitting room with a door that locks if needed. Both rooms have their own A/C unit. I(a large woman) used the the daybed and slept very well. We spent a few hours each evening on the front porch swing. You really get to enjoy the charm of the town from the porches of this Inn! The rooms have their own parking spots(in the Dobbin House lot) clearly labeled. The rates are REALLY good for what you get. We have stayed in many of the hotels and B&Bs in the area. This was by far our favorite place. We will stay at the Gettystown Inn everytime we visit Gettysburg!

Room Tip: Plan a romantic dinner at the Dobbin House!
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank stephanie S
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Reviewed September 2, 2012

So charming and magical. The rooms are so homey and adolrable. Stayed in the Stuart room, and the Reynold's room, and I am coming back for the Lincoln suite in Oct/ 2012. I stay here because I love the Springhouse Tavern, (connected to this property.) No trip to Gettysburg is complete without it! The prices are great for this place. Ive stayed at the Farnsworth inn, and the Inn of 1863 across the street, and I love/prefer this place. They give you the best breakfast I have ever had at a hotel, even 4 star ones that are more expensive. You must try the coffee. Ive been to Gettysburg many times, and I come back pretty much for this hotel, and the french onion soup and punch in the tavern. Tip; you check in at the gift shop. look up the room pics online, as they are all historical and different, and pick your favorite! I always look back on my stay here fondly...This is a very special and unique place

Room Tip: Stuart room and Reynold's are both nifty.
  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled as a couple
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